The team behind Pork’d in Sydney’s Surry Hills has announced it’s leaving the Crown Street shop and hitting the road, converting the concept into a food truck in early 2016.
A bid to overturn new rules relating to the number of food truck operators in the Adelaide CBD has failed.
The Adelaide City Council yesterday voted to reduce the number of food truck operators from 40 to 30 and increase licensing fees to $2,500 per year.
This food truck assemblage doesn't just offer the best of Brisbane's street food. It combines it with an array of local musical talent and games.
The current restrictions that the city places on food trucks are rigorous and stringent. These restrictions are meant to separate the chumps from the contenders and elevate the standard of food trucks, as well as minimise disruptions, traffic or otherwise, throughout the city, and I really want to say they’re a good thing.
THE number of food trucks in the CBD could be slashed and fees for operators increased under the latest plan for the industry under consideration by the Adelaide City Council.
SYDNEY will become food truck central when more than 30 vendors converge at the Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park over the October long weekend.
A food festival at Sydney’s Moore Park Entertainment Quarter has been overrun by a huge crowd of hungry foodies, causing long delays for food and parking.
Food trucks are being trialled at Seaworks Maritime Precinct in Williamstown for the month of July, in a move that has upset traders.